Dana Brooke vs. Doudrop
Now flying solo, Brooke maintained her sole character trait: She likes to flex her biceps, both during her entrance and after the bell rang. The women locked up and Doudrop shoved Brooke back into a corner. Doudrop looked pleased and slapped her own shoulders. Brooked tried to whip Doudrop in vain, then Doudrop returned the favor by actually whipping Brooke into another corner. She ran toward the corner after Brooke, who got a boot up to block her. Brooke hit Doudrop with two shoulder blocks, but Doudrop wouldn’t budge. Brooke then took Doudrop down with a ludicrous spinning head scissors.
Doudrop came right back and knocked down Brooke, then hit a running senton. Doudrop covered, but Brooked kicked out at two. Kevin was shocked that Brooke was “able to escape that predicament.” Brooke chopped the back of Doudrop’s knee, then landed two kicks. Brooke set up for a suplex, but Doudrop blocked the move and shoved Brooke into a corner. Doudrop, again turning the tables, suplexed Brooke and covered for another two.
Doudrop nodded and waggled her fingers, then got to her feet only to be rolled up by Brooke for a two-count. Brooke landed three forearm shots, then Doudrop leveled Brooke with a single shot. Doudrop splashed Brooke in the corner, then missed a running cannonball. Brooke launched a handspring reverse elbow in the same corner. After the blow, Doudrop shoved Brooke to the mat. Brooke redid the handspring spot for some reason. Brooke took Doudrop down with a bulldog, then hit a flipping neckbreaker. She covered Doudrop for two.
Brooke landed a few shots to Doudrop’s face, then climbed to the top rope. She jumped into a somersault senton, but Doudrop had enough time to roll out of the way. Doudrop sprang into action and splashed Brooke on the mat, then covered for the three-count.
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